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Re: Really strange CDRW problem

On Wed, 2004-05-26 at 12:08, Paul wrote:
> Hi,
> I have some CDRWs which work up to x10. To my understanding, that means
> they're happy on CDRWs upto x10.
> When I try to burn using k3b or xcdroast, all that I get is that the
> drive doesn't support x10 discs. These discs work fine on a Win98 box
> with a 8x4x32 drive in (iomega zip CDRW - same as I have in my linux
> machine)
> Any ideas what gives on this?
between the 4X cdrw and the 10X+ cdrw, i think there is a difference,
the faster disks have a different logo(HIGH SPEED CDRW), on my old HP
9300i (10x4x32x) i couldn't write highspeed disks (10x) in any speed,
only the old 1,2,4X disks.
this was in windoze or linux.

> Paul
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